After a three-day hailstorm of online negativity and criticism, Susan G. Komen for the Cure modified its funding stance toward Planned Parenthood.
Vladimir Putin’s campaign Web site for the upcoming Russian presidential election, which takes place on Mar. 4, has provided a good reminder for PR pros on the dangers of trying to control the conversation around …
In the lead-up to the 2012 election, it seems that no nonprofit organization is exempt from dealing with the pressure of politics. This is particularly true for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, which halted …
What football game? What ads? It’s the conversations about the ads that really matter.
Mark Zuckerberg is telling potential investors to focus on the distant future and think beyond Facebook’s initial valuation—just in case it’s a slight disappointment.
Some crises are bad news for an entire industry, not just for the unfortunate company that is directly affected by a natural disaster, accident or act of malfeasance. Such is the case with Carnival Corp.’s …
Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s decision to cease funding of Planned Parenthood’s breast cancer screening programs will come with a price.
President Obama’s appearance on Google+ may have had promotional elements to it, but it was effective at putting the Hangouts feature on the map.
Apple took an employees-only route with its reaction to the New York Times article about its supply chain.